A. S. Hitchcock: British Guiana, 1919-1920; Washington, D.C., including SI and Rock Creek Park; Cuba; Colorado and Wyoming, 1918. Vol. 1, nos. 587-778, 1316A-1448A Search this
United States National Museum, Division of Grasses, Records, 1884, 1888, 1899-1965
1 photograph album
Smithsonian Institution Archives
District of Columbia
Rock Creek Park
The photograph album contains images compiled by A. S. Hitchcock from collecting trips. Images are numbered consecutively and have captions detailing subject matter, location, and sometimes date. Subject matter includes examples of trees and other vegetation identified by common name; agricultural fields; landscapes; structures and residences at towns and gardens visited; portraits of local people; and ports and sailing vessels in the Caribbean. Places documented include: Caribbean islands (Antigua, Martinique, St. Thomas, St. Croix); Guyana (Lamaha canal, Georgetown); Colorado (Leadville, Royal Gorge); Wyoming (Jackson Hole); Washington D.C. (NMNH, Rock Creek Park in 1920); New Mexico (Santa Fe in 1926); and Cuba (Viñales, Baraguá).